It has been a superb 2014 for Burnley, but it hasn't been without its low points.
2014 brought unexpected success for Burnley, who were promoted from the Championship and have shown the fighting spirit they'll need to fight for Premier League survival.
But while there were the highs of clinching a place in the Premier League by beating Wigan and holding Manchester United and Manchester City, there have also been some less stellar moments.
We round up the toughest times in 2014 for the Burnley faithful.
Burnley 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday (26 August, 2014)
Burnley fans had hardly got used to seeing their name on the Premier League fixture list before they were the victims of a giant-killing of sorts in the Capital One Cup. Sheffield Wednesday made an impressive start to the Championship season and saw off their newly promoted opponents thanks to an Atdhe Nuhiu penalty.
West Bromwich Albion 4-0 Burnley (28 September, 2014)
This resounding defeat sent Burnley rock bottom of the Premier League and must have left fans wondering if relegation was inevitable. Sean Dyche's side moved to eight hours and 46 minutes without a Premier League goal and were blown away by West Brom thanks to a Saido Berahino double.
Queens Park Rangers 2-0 Burnley (6 December, 2014)
Things had been improving steadily for Burnley, but this loss could prove crucial in the relegation dogfight come the end of the campaign. Charlie Austin did the damage against his former club before being sent off as QPR broke out of the relegation zone and left Burnley in 19th.